Howard R. Hughes College of Engineering

Minors

Minor in Aerospace Studies (16 credits)

A minor in aerospace studies includes: AES 110/120, 111/121, 230/240, 231/241, 351/361, 352/362, 471/481, 472/482. Sixteen credits of AES classes; 100 and 200 level classes are not prerequisites and can be taken concurrently with any other AES classes for students not pursuing commission and therefore not eligible to enroll in the labs.

Minor in Computer Science (27 credits)

A minor in computer science is available. The minor includes CPE 100, CS 135, 202, 218, 219, and 302; and nine additional credits of electives selected from the following computer science courses numbered 300 or higher; MATH 465, and MATH 466.

Minor in Engineering Science (24 credits)

  1. Six courses totaling at least 18 credits, including at least six upper–division credits, selected from: EGG 102 and 102L, CPE 100, CEE 241, ME 242, EE 220, EE 221 and 221L, ME 302 and 302L, CEE 367 and 367L, EE 360, ME 311, ME 314. (Select six courses.)
  2. Six credits of upper–division electives selected from courses in engineering disciplines.

Minor in Military Science (25 Credits)

Requirements: Students are required to take a minimum of 19 credits (17 upper–division). If a student completes the MIL 100 and 200 level courses, they will accumulate a total of 25 military science credits (17 upper–division). The military science minor requirement curriculum consists of the following courses:

  1. MIL 250: Leadership Training Course (2 Credits) or MIL 101, 102, 201, and 202 (8 Credits).
  2. HIST 386: American Military History (3 Credits)
  3. MIL301: Tactical Leadership (3 Credits)
  4. MIL302: Leadership in Changing Environments (3 Credits)
  5. MIL350: Leadership Development Course (2 Credits)
  6. MIL401: Developmental Leadership (3 Credits)
  7. MIL402: Adaptive Leadership (3 Credits)

Technology Commercialization

Technology innovation and commercialization and education of students are the mission of the Mendenhall Innovation Program. The program is the curricular component of the program’s activities and offers an opportunity for all engineering majors to gain exposure and insight into the inner-workings to the world of entrepreneurship and commercializing engineering products. This unique program, which is tailored to the needs of engineering majors, positions the graduates to become entrepreneurs or owners of small engineering businesses and or to become leaders in technology commercialization at within larger corporations.